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good morning, america. breaking overnight, order halted. a federal judge blocks the enforcement of president trump's controversial immigration restriction. what it means for those in legal limbo with visas revoked and banned from entering the country. and one attorney general's warning to trump. >> it's his obligation as our president to honor it and i will make sure he does. >> the next move from the white house. new sanctions. president trump's tough stance against iran, targeting iran's ballistic missile program. >> they're not behaving. >> the pushback from tehran and is the possibility of military action still on the table? attack at the louvre. what we're learning now about the suspect shot by soldiers. terrified tourists at the famed museum sent into lockdown. this morning, a much different scene.
new details now on the suspect, who he is and how he allegedly got his two machetes. and super bowl kickoff. roger goodell and top players fielding tough questions ahead of the big game as our t.j. holmes tags along with some nfl players on a tour of nasa. >> i should have been an astronaut. >> that's out of this world. hey, good morning. let's get straight to the breaking news. this morning the new twist in president donald trump's controversial travel and immigration ban. >> can i say real quick, it's great to have you back. we all missed you. >> appreciate it. thank you. missed you too. back to the news, a federal judge imposed a nationwide hold on trump's executive order. now, it will hart parts of the executive action which temporarily bars some immigrations and refugees from seven predominantly muslim countries. we have seen worldwide protests since the president signed that order last week. overnight several airlines announced that citizens of the
seven countries who have the appropriate paperwork will be allowed to travel to the u.s. but the trump administration is fighting back here. >> they certainly are. white house spokesman sean spicer releasing a statement calling the judge's order, quote, outrageous and vowing to take legal action to defend the president's executive order, so let's head straight to washington this morning, abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas joins us. hi, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that federal judge in washington state freezing enforcement of president trump's order restricting some refugees from entering the u.s. last night the white house as you said was livid vowing that the justice department would take emergency action to challenge that judge. in the order issued last night, u.s. district judge james robart concluded that washington state's businesses, educational facilities and tax base could be damaged by trump's restrictions on refugees from some countries. >> the state has met its burden of demonstrating that it faces immediate and irreparable injury as a result of the signing and
implementation of the executive order. >> reporter: in addition to claiming it will damage the state's economy, washington officials argue that the executive order is discriminatory against muslims, but they suspect the ruling in their favor is only round one. >> i'm certain the president will not like this decision. but it is his job, it is his responsibility, it is his obligation as our president to honor it and i will make sure he does. >> reporter: the order is effective nationwide and impacts roughly 60,000 foreign nationals who had their visas revoked due to the order. it's unclear whether those banned from entering the u.s. will be allowed to do so any time soon but how this affects thousands in the country already. at least four overseas airlines are allowing people affected on flights to the u.s. the court fight is clearly just beginning with the justice department making the case that congress has given the president broad authority to oversee immigration and to protect nationalec to look behind those determinations. >> reporter: it was a confusing day.
there are multiple lawsuits challenging the executive order across the country. in a separate case in boston, a federal judge said while there were compelling arguments on both sides, he does not believe that those challenging trump's executive order are likely to succeed. some legal scholars believe there is a strong likelihood that at least one of these cases will make its way to the supreme court. this fight appears far from over. >> much more to come on this but, pierre, let's get back to this case in washington state. some might be surprised to learn the judge in this case is not a case. >> reporter: what we know, the judge was nominated by president george w. bush and confirmed by the senate in a vote of 99-0. >> pierre thomas, our chief justice correspondent, paula, sorry for interrupting you. >> no worries. thank you, dan. meantime, president trump taking a tough stance against iran imposing new sanctions for what the administration is calling, quote, provocative behavior after iran recently launched ballistic missiles. the president is spending the
weekend at his mar-a-lago resort and that's where we find david wright. hi, david. >> reporter: this is president trump's first trip since the inauguration down to the place that he's now calling the winter white house. a phrase that hasn't been heard so much here in florida, not since the days when president nixon used to come to key biscayne, but because of that judge's ruling in washington state, it's shaping up to be anything but a relaxing weekend. hours after president trump touched down here in palm beach the white house blasted back at the court's authority. noting at the earliest possible time the department of justice intends to file an emergency stay of this order and defend the executive order of the president. earlier in the day, trump himself tweeted, we must keep evil out of our country. the white house is now taking particular aim at one of the seven countries targeted by the travel ban, iran. >> they're not behaving. >> reporter: adopting new sanctions targeting iran's ballistic missile program.
that tough talk is drawing praise from house speaker paul ryan. >> think what this administration is doing, which i agree with, is saying we have a new administration and we're going to hold you, iran, to account. >> reporter: others are urging caution. democratic senator chris murphy called the trump administration's actions towards iran reckless. tehran is pushing back threatening to kick out u.s. passport holders it deems to be tied to terrorism noting that the names of the banned american people and entities would be announced later. the speaker of the iranian parliament went so far as to call trump's behavior immature. but the white house signaled the possible sanctions are serious and may even carry a military threat. >> should americans be ready for the possibility of military action with iran? is that on the table? >> look, i've said this before, the president has been very clear he doesn't take options off the table but he understands the impact of something like that.
>> reporter: here at mar-a-lago president trump is not going to escape the protesters. demonstrators pro and con plan to descend on this place. tonight the american red cross is holding its white tie gala here and the president plans to attend. dan, paula. >> david wright in palm beach, thank you. let's talk about all of this and there's a lot to discuss with bill kristol, editor of "the weekly standard." bill, good morning and in washington, abc news political analyst, kristen soltis-anderson. kristen, good morning. >> good morning. >> bill, thank you. let's start here with the big headline this morning, this judge in washington issuing this temporary blocking of the controversial executive order on immigration. democrats are excited about this. but it's definitely not over. what happens next? >> the judicial system works, you know, president obama had some of his executive orders challenged, some were sustained. some were overturned. this should reassure people that donald trump will impose authoritarian rule on america, and i'm a pretty big critic of
donald trump but the system seems to be working, right. there are appeals. the judge issues an order. the justice department is obeying the order. trump, they're appealing it which is their right. my main question for you, though, is why are we here and not in mar-a-lago? could you talk to the big shots at abc and why is david wright down there? could we go -- >> maybe kristen can answer that question. >> can't we do the show from mar-a-lago? i mean, it's cold up here in new york. >> you're a brilliant television person, bill. kristen, you're a pollster. is the public on trump's side on this? >> the polling is pretty divided on this question about the immigration ban itself. you have about half of the people in america who think it's a good idea, about half who think that it's a bad idea. generally you find that with anything that donald trump does, about four out of ten americans just really don't like it. they strongly disapprove of him. they want to see him impeached according to data that i saw this week but you have the rest of america that either loves him or at least is looking cautiously at this, and i think given that it's just been the first two weeks, there are some folks that are nervous.
they'll see things like the rollout of this immigration ban and they'll wonder is this the strong leadership that we were really looking for? is this the competent management that donald trump said he would bring to the white house? but overall because it's only been two week, i think there are some folks that are going to give him at least a little bit of leeway to make a few little mistakes here and there as long as he gets back on track and is managing things effectively going forward. >> i don't want to get too wonky and talk about dodd frank but the other headline, president trump signed two executive actions which basically chip away at the financial regulations. is this good for main street or good for wall street? >> i can't judge that. i mean i think a lot of serious people think dodd/frank was implemented in a way that's too broad that hurts lots of small banks as well as the big banks. but who passed dodd/frank, congress, who are dodd and frank, a senator and a congressman and reminds you these executive orders, congress gets a say here. that's what we missed. the first two weeks have been full of executive actions, which
is fine. he's entitled to try that. but the big question for me what does congress ultimately do in a host of areas dodd/frank to tax policy and there i think kristen knows a lot about this, i think trump needs to get his approval ratings up some to have real clout with congress. just having 52 republican senators, they're not just going to go along automatically when donald trump says i want to do, x, y and z. >> a lot of people are saying that, you know, chipping away at these financial regulations will be good for small businesses but, kristen, i want to ask you one more thing. what do you make of the feud heating up seemingly between chelsea clinton and kellyanne conway, of course, chelsea slammed kellyanne conway on twitter and kellyanne acknowledged she misspoke meant to say terrorists, not massacre, but kellyanne added a jab that hillary clinton lied about landing during sniper fire in bosnia. what do you make of this seeping feud here? >> there are a lot of times where republicans sort of feel like they're treated unfairly like if somebody on the democratic side does something they don't get as criticized for it where on the republican side
you keep taking hits. last weekend you heard folks from the white house say, the wounds a still open here, that even though they've won the white house, they still feel like america is not giving them enough credit or specifically the media is not giving them enough credit for that win, so i think that's part of why you saw that response from kellyanne to what chelsea clinton had to say. >> kristen soltis-anderson and bill kristol, thank you very much for your programming suggestions and analysis this morning. >> see you next week at mar-a-lago. >> that's right, baby. >> you heard it here first. we'll try to approve that our executives. thanks. turning our attention to paris where authorities are learning new details about the suspect accused of trying to attack soldiers with machetes outside the famed louvre museum and abc's alex marquardt is in paris with the very latest for us this morning. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. the louvre museum is back open this morning. you can see long lines of people here waiting to get in. after the museum was shut down and evacuated yesterday following the attack, that attack happening just a short
distance from here at the entrance to the underground mall that is underneath this museum. there were crowds of visitors inside at the time. they huddled together before being led out. the attacker charged at a group of soldiers with two military-style machetes. managing to lightly wound one of the soldiers. he was shot four times and this morning is in critical condition. french autriis an act of terrorism. they are still looking into the identity of the attacker, any possible connections he may have had. we know from the paris prosecutor he is a 29-year-old egyptian who got a french tourist visa in dubai and he traveled here on january 26th renting an apartment in an upscale neighborhood. there has been stepped up security all across the city, really across the country in the wake of three major terror attacks in the past two years, french officials fearing that another one is inevitable but as you can see here this morning, the french who live here and the foreigners visiting trying to ignore that and enjoy this magnificent if rainy city. dan. >> alex, thank you.
now to the day in court for the mexican drug lord known as joaquin "el chapo" guzman. his lawyers complaining to the judge that his 23-hour lockdown in manhattan's high security metropolitan correctional center is too strict and abc's eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: this morning, a glimpse into joaquin "el chapo" guzman's life inside an american jail. guzman wearing a navy jumpsuit sat silent as his attorney spoke in court friday. public defenders for the world's most notorious drug boss complaining that the restrictions don't even allow guzman to get a glass of water. >> restrictions are excessive. >> reporter: el chapo is on lockdown 23 hours a day given one hour as an exercise break and only allowed a select team of defense attorneys as visitors. >> he needs to be able to meet with his family or speak to his family and confer with them. >> reporter: the judge's response, they're taking extra security measures. i think we all know the reasons for that. the head of the sinaloa drug
cartel escaping prison multiple times most recently tunneling out of a jail, ee 4r50uding authorities using his emption expansive network to hide out and stay on the run before his most recent capture in january 2016. >> because he is so powerful and wealthy, any additional communications could potentially set up an escape. >> reporter: the narco king facing 17 charges for allegedly exporting more drugs to the u.s. than anyone else. guzman pleading not guilty to all 17 charges. and el chapo could be facing life in prison if convicted. he is expected back in court in may. dan and paula. >> all right, eva pilgrim reporting from manhattan this morning, thank you. we want to send things over to ron claiborne. what's a saturday morning without ron. i say it's no saturday at all. >> wow. thank you. >> how about that? >> good morning to you, paula, dan. >> we missed you as well last
week. >> thank you. diane. good morning, everyone. we begin in north dakota where demonstrators protesting against the dakota access pipeline have been given an ultimatum leave by the end of the month or you will be removed. the u.s. army corps of engineers announcing that it will close the federal property where the protests have been taking place. they're citing safety reasons. there's a concern that the snowfall expected in the region will lead to flooding later and that refuse and debris from the demonstrators could cause environmental problems. the navy ship "uss cole" has been sent back to yemen following monday's attack on a saudi warship and last weekend's raid targeting al qaeda there. in 2000, 17 sailors on "the cole" were killed. and the guided missile destroyer severely damaged in a terrorist bombing attack. the federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives announcing on friday that it will increase presence in chicago sending in extra agents to combat gun violence in that city. more than 750 people were murdered in chicago in 2016. that's more than a 50% increase from the previous year. and in new jersey, an appeals court judge has ruled a
seventh grade girl who was expelled from a private school after suing the school for a chance trying to get a chance to play on the boy's basketball team, she must be allowed back in that school, 12-year-old sydney phillips and her younger sister, they were blocked from entering st. theresa's catholic school on thursday. administrators barring them saying that they were trespassing. the girls' father says the girls will be back on monday. we're getting our first glimpse at former president george h.w. bush since he left a houston hospital earlier this week. you see him here with his nephew, denver broncos president joe ellis. the former president is expected to take part in the coin toss at the super bowl on sunday. and finally who do you call if you need to catch a runaway steer? >> rob marciano. >> rob marciano. >> ron claiborne. >> or a cowboy. >> giddyap. >> or cowboy rob marciano. that's what police in weatherford, texas, did when they couldn't catch this cattle. this cow that jumped off a truck on its way to the butcher. >> look at him go.
>> it took him about 90 minutes but the cowboy lassoed the wayward bull. the 800-pound steer was returned to the ranch where they had a great steak dinner. >> oh, no. >> no. >> returned to the ranch, not the butcher. >> they let the cow live. >> they did? >> yes, they did. >> that's the moral of the story. >> moral of the story is escape and save your life, i guess. >> i thought the moral of the story was that rob is a cowboy. ♪ i'm a cowboy >> the hidden story. >> on a steel horse you ride. >> let me break into bon jovi. they had trouble riding horses, motorcycles, trucks. look at this. this is just a nightmare in portland yesterday. one of many ice storms this year. a 50-car pileup across interstate 5. just horrible, horrible stuff. they're melting today at least for now, but look at this shot. you got a tractor trailer that spun off the road. that's the columbia river there, and then this car flipped over the top of a cliff in the hills of portland there so it's been a rough, rough winter and
they may get another shot of snow come sunday night and monday. this is kind of a complicated system but very low confidence at this point but san francisco, you're going to get another round of rain as well and have some flooding issues across parts of central california. that's a quick check on the western headlines. the. >> let's get you outside, something we have not seen in quite sometime arc beautiful morning, wall-to-wall blue skies, a nice looking day, colder, forecasting a high of 36. with the wind it feels no better than the mid 20s. tomorrow, milder, 47 but there will be more in the way of clouds. another forecast coming up including the super bowl forecast. >> dogs throughout the neighborhood are howling. ♪ wanted >> jon bon jovi not performing at the super bowl.
>> no. >> i wish he would. thank you for that impression, rob. and the wait is almost over, super bowl sunday is tomorrow. as part of the festivities, the league commissioner was taking questions from fans and, wow, they did not hold back. >> and abc's t.j. holmes is in houston where it will all go down tomorrow. t.j., good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, finally go down. right? enough with the celebrities and the parties and buildup. and these press conferences. let's get to the game can we please and we're finally at super bowl eve here. it will finally go down tomorrow and you can still, guys, believe it or not, get a ticket, bad news is cheap seats are going for 2700 bucks. if you don't want to do that. you have another option, just ask nicely. on friday the nfl commissioner and three players, eli manning, larry fitzgerald and greg olsen, came face-to-face with their fans to give them the inside scoop. >> i want to congratulate y'all. >> reporter: some were curious about the secrets to super bowl success from the only quarterback in the league to bead tom brady and the patriots, not once, but twice.
>> what advice would you give tom brady? >> i don't think tom or matt need any advice from me. both have it figured it out and both are mvp candidates. >> reporter: commissioner roger goodell fielded more serious topics like drug use. >> what's the league's position on allowing players to use marijuana without being penalized? >> medical advisers have not recommended that we change our policy. >> reporter: but before the fans started to head to houston's nrg stadium, we sat down with falcons owner arthur blank about the high-tech features of atlanta's new mercedes-benz stadium. >> no other sports complex has that. >> reporter: and what about that dance? will we get to see it again with a falcons victory? >> i'd probably have to work at it and have the right kind of music and have my wife with me to stir me on. >> reporter: i'm pulling for the falcons so i can see the dance. a real family man bringing his entire family to houston for the big game and by entire he means all the members of the falcons organization and a plus one. how many employees you have?
with the fols organization? >> probably close to 500. they're all going on this trip. >> all of them. >> yeah. >> reporter: and on friday, goodell got into the giving spirit too. >> would you happen to have two extra seats in your suite? >> okay, you see me afterwards. we'll see what we got. >> okay. >> reporter: now, they're reporting that that woman at the end who asked that question that within an hour she had two tickets to a suite waiting for her at a hotel here downtown. so like momma say, guys, sometimes it just never hurts to ask and, yes, she landed two tickets to the super bowl just 1kwr50eu6r7b8gsz # is thanks, t.j. see you in a little bit. coming up on "gma" on this saturday morning new questions about the murder of a denver transit securi houston gets ready for the super bowl. some nfl players are taking
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even though the numbers are cold, nice looking day, windchills in time 20s, 36 degrees. tomorrow, 47 degrees, monday is mild, 46. tuesday and wednesday, 52 and 60 degrees, now there will be wet weather there, but very, very mild stuff for this time of the year. >> thank you. on super bowl weekend, some former nfl cheerleaders are suing the nfl. the story on "action news" at 9:00 a.m. now back to "good morning america." make it a great day.
welcome back to "gma" on a soothe morning. happening right now, president trump's controversy travel ban blocked. a federal judge putting the president's immigration restrictions on hold. the ruling now in effect nationwide. this morning the white house saying it will fight back and file for an emergency stay. also right now, a business setback for ivanka trump. nordstrom's saying that it is dropping her fashion line because of declining sales. the retail store saying it usually cuts about 10% of its brands every season to make room for new stock and neiman-marcus also pulling the first daughter's jewelry line from their store citing lack of productivity. the pro football hall of fame will announce its class of 2017 tonight. this we're stars including l.t., ladainian tomlinson, terrell owens, kurt warner and dallas cowboys owner jerry jones. those selected will be enshrined
in canton, ohio, where they will join one of our beloved teammates, michael strahan. are you guys pulling for l.t.? kurt warner? >> kurt warner is an all-star, hall of fame? >> what do you think, hall of famer. >> if you take his career when he started as a bag boy -- >> we'll see. >> i hope no kurt warner family or friends or fans are watching this morning. for ron claiborne, i apologize. coming up speaking of football, t.j. teams up with some players in houston for a trip to nasa and gravity-defying experience. that looks fun, slightly dangerous. a denver transit guard is dead and the accused killer is making his first appearance in court. >> before the incident homeland security was allegedly alerted by a mosque that this suspect was believed to have radicalized views, and questions are being raised abo hndled. abc's clayton sandstory. >> reporter: this morning joshua cummings is in jail accused of first degree murder. >> we have an officer down. rtd is the victim. reporter: b
and killed 56-year-old transit t security guard scott van lanken in cold blood. >> we have, you know, a uniform public servant doing his job in downtown denver where there were people around. >> reporter: thanks to all the security cameras here in downtown denver, police were able to track the suspect as he ran. 20 minutes later he was in custody. cummings is an army vet and a muslim convert. >> i testify that there's only one god worthy of worship and that muhammad is his prophet. >> reporter: even before the shooting cummings was on law enforcemhe visited in mosque leaders say his views seem s the department of homeland security in this e-mail saying he seems pretty advanced in his path of radicalization and he is not listening to reason. >> said things that were absolutely incompatible with the values of that local mosque. >> reporter: it's not clear what dhs took after in a statement, dhs only says it
appropate law enforcement >> we do have concerns that was the victim a target because of the uniform that he was wearing? >> reporter: cummings has not entered a plea. fo"g on yton sandell, abc news, sandell. let's check the weather once again and get it back over to rob. hey, man. >> into february a we're getting big time lake-effect snow. this is new york, that's a house, check out red field, new york, where they got five feet of snow in three days, this popped up in the last two. that fence 6 feet high covered, as well. we have lake-effect snow bands off lake ontario between seer cows and water town. we have a clipper that will come across the great lakes, this will invigorate the lake-effect
snow. a new storm coming through pacific northwest dropping out of the of the rockies, monday, tuesday, wednesday this will be big, it's going to have a big wind field. it will puff rain on the eerldz of -- east side of this and temperatures 20 to 30 degrees above average. dallas in the 80s, nashville in the 60s and i understand annapolis back -- indianapolis back to below freezing by february. welcome to february. that's the national outlook, here's the local headlines. >> reporter: the wynfield rob was talking about could puts in the 60s by wednesday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 36 today, 47 tomorrow, 46 tuesday, 60 degrees by wednesday. and on a sports weather
note, they have a roof if they want it in houston so it's not a big deal what happens for the super bowl come sunday. >> a roof or a roof. depending on what part of the country you're from. >> but i think lady gaga is planning on top of it so it might matter to her. >> that is going to be awesome. >> that will be pretty incredible. >> unlike lady gaga, we thank . coming up here on "gma," spacing out in houston. nfl superstars pay a visit to nasa. what happens when football players attempt to be astronauts. and from "star wars" to the super bowl, adam driver ready to make history in a candy commercial. diane set to have details ahead in "pop news." . and the reason the tough times are easier. because she's your best friend... and your true love. the ever us two-stone diamond collection. now available in earrings, bracelets rings and necklaces. one diamond for your best friend,
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super bowl excitement with a galactic overtone. the international space station commander shane kimbrough an nasa flight engineer peggy whitson tossing around a football. the anti-gravity environment sent the pigskin flying at almost 9,000 yards a second. >> almost as fast as tom brady can right? on the flip side some nfl superstars in houston for the big game got a chance to space out with a trip to nasa and back to t.j. with more on that. hi, t.j. >> reporter: hey, gang, yeah,
supeon for a lot of current and former players and coming to town and dinner and go nasa, the johnson space cente and all you need tow is i ♪ we are in the space vehicle mock-up facility here at nasa in houston. and, man, they got some toys in here that e cool. whoo! my crewmates, the bengals' eric winston, karl panther ryan sha suisha space? >> i don't know. we have to find out. >> reporter: when they tell you to put a helmet on, it's serious. nasa gives us our first tank. learn to fix a spacecraft in y., man. not exactly george clooney in " >> thank you, houston.
>> reporter: but maybe we'll do better in matt damon's shoes from "the martian." >> like it's a good thing. >> repter: behind the wheel of this beauty, the next generation spa vehicle designed for int interplanetary off-roading. ♪ >> you did pretty well driving. >> i think so. >> reporter: now, we do have a confession here, guys, i got to make. we actually hit something at the end of that drive in that space vehicle. i wasn't driving at the time. i don't want to call out the guy who did wreck it but he was the biggest guy among us and had to hit the emergency remote stop to stop the vehicle so we wouldn't wreck it further. >> i'm sure the bill was small, something like $10 billion along those lines. >> probably an astronomical bill. >> another pun. >> another bad pun. >> thank you, t.j., and to america i apologize on behalf of paula faris this time. coming up on "gma," from nye "gma" co-anchors to
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also lower the -- >> reporter: a practice i discovered after having a panic attack live right here on "gma." >> that does it for news -- >> reporter: a wrote a book about it called "10% happier" then built an app to teach people how to do it. first stop on the trip, right here at home with my weekend "gma" co-anchors. >> when i'm feeling a distraction like i can feel my stomach hanging over or i just heard ron's stomach growl. ♪ you raise me up >> reporter: next we hung out with the singer and aspiring meditator, josh groban. >> you know, anxiety and expectation have played a huge part in my, you know, existence. >> reporter: from new york we traveled to boston, washington, d.c., then virginia where we meditated with cadets at virginia military institute. >> stress can really just tear your body apart, right? it can really just tear your mind apart. teaching that at a young age how to control your stress, how to control your life, i think
that's a huge thing. >> reporter: then off to nashville and new orleans where meditation teacher jeff warren and i gave free lessons. >> that might be a lot 6 fun. >> are you up for it? >> absolutely. >> let's do it. >> reporter: we traveled through texas, new mexico and arizona. >> put it into your tool bag for when you need it. >> reporter: where officers in the tempe police department told us how meditation is upping their game. >> i'm 5'2". i'm about 110 pounds. i'm very tiny, so when i show up to scenes it's essential i'm calm. >> reporter: after 11 days and 18 states, we ended up in l.a. where we saw the pacific ocean, did a quick chant with the musician moby and called it a day. it's a wrap. i have to say i've been in a lot of meditation sessions and never have i seen anybody like paula actually interrupt the teacher to ask while she's in the middle -- >> wait. i thought she said it was a safe space, it was the circle of trust. >> it was all of those things. >> if they're teaching you can ask questions.
>> yes, you can ask questions. usually you wait until the meditation is over. but that's cool. that's cool. it's paula faris. >> you didn't lay those ground rules. >> no. >> you didn't tell me i couldn't ask questions. >> throwing ron under the bus. >> eat before you go. >> projecting. >> it was a safe place for everybody but ron. want to see more of the road trip and learn how to meditate for free download the 10% happier app. at the apple app store. >> basically i just never stop talking ever. >> it's one of the things we love about you. >> filibuster faris. >> thank you very much, ron. coming up in "pop news" with diane, america's favorite girl scout cookies. which flavs the list ahead in "pop news." are there new flavors? >> no, we have an official vote. >> no, we have an official vote. i take movantik for oic, opioid-induced constipation. had a bad back injury, my doctor prescribed opioids which helped with the chronic pain, but backed me up big-time.
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it's diane macedo. what's happening? >> we're going to start off with a super bowl themed "pop news" segment. starting with snickers trying to something new for the big game this year. airing a live commercial. it'll feature adam driver who played kylo ren in "the force awakens" but his co-star may actually be stealing the spotlight after this sneak peek. >> commercial with adam driver, 112 million people watching. show us how you'd deal with that kind of pressure. >> okay. okay. live super bowl commercial with adam driver -- little stiff, a little nervous. the horse, though, seems very relaxed and he says that the whole thing is a risk, going in live, having animals especially he says hiring him. we are sure he's going to do just fine but te some good sr. going into it in the right spirit. spe
humor jimmy kimmel paid tribute to the big game with a special edition of mean tweets allowing von miller to read some harsh -- >> rob gronkowski is one of the dumbest people in the world. i have no problem with tweeting this because he probably can't read it. >> i'm tired of people saying russell wilson is too short to play quarterback. he's ugly too. >> von miller looks like an 80-year-old man from 1974. >> wow. >> nfl fans pretty passionate people. and in the interest of immer sink journalism, on myself. this is from judy. judy says to me, have you ever taken a look at your knees? if so, you might want to consider covering them. >> oh. >> wow. >> judy, that's why they put the desk here. it's just for that reason alone because they read that tweet. >> i'm judy. sorry. i was joking. i thought it was a direct message. >> rob, you couldn't find any? >> i pay somebody full time to filter that stuff and make sure it never gets posted on my time line.
>> i see, i see. >> it cots a lot of money. girl scouts, you might notice, we have girl scout cookies here. the girl scouts usa is celebrating the 100th anniversary of their first cookie sale and we are honoring this milestone with the four mostthin mints, samoas, peanut butter patties and do-si-dos, but which one is america's favorite? well, influenster conducted an online poll with over 5,000 influenster members across the 50 states and while everyone made a strong showing, you're right, paula, thin mints came out on top. they won the votes from 24 states. electoral college style voting -- >> it wasn't the popular. >> the popular vote was samoas. >> thin mints -- >> i'm going mix a thin mint with a samoa and a peanut butter. >> that's hefty. that's solid. ron didn't even know what a samoa is. >> i think you should read some of yours. >> here's some that were sent a
couple years ago. make dan go away, please. don, you have a hair out of place and making you look like alfalfa. >> they called me don. >> hey, america, for don and i, we want to say thank you for joining us. thin mints rock. thank you, diane. >> thanks, don. ne. >> thanks, don. >> i'm gray hall, coming up next on "action news," saturday. the white house responds after a federal judge halts president trump's controversial e correctionalder. office killed during a hostage situation this week is being remembered. those stories and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, and a whole lot more next on "action news" saturday morning.
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